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Email

Email is clumsy, but still the most universal phenomenon on the web. Plain-text emails are encouraged.

Instant messaging

I’m a huge fan of open protocols. Signal, unfortunately, does not support usernames; it takes a miss from this list.

  • XMPP/Jabber.
    I’d recommend Snikket if you want to get started. These are the OMEMO keys that you can trust from me:
    • 407947ba b6202bad bd2aa2a6 a8738f92 1d1a7e7e 2ab3f8fc 51e0aa58 4e3c8912
  • Telegram.
  • Matrix.

You’re most likely to get a response sooner in that order as well.

Micro-blogging

Private

I have carved out my online safe space on a personal Mastodon instance.

Public

I also keep a public and primarily tech-focused Mastodon account.

In case you don’t have a Fediverse account, my Twitter should make-do. Fair disclosure: I don’t treat it as a first-class citizen in my micro-blogging realm.

Donations

BuyMeACoffee

I accept donations for SmallCamp through Buy Me A Coffee. I don’t actually like coffee. Perhaps a lesson in branding?

You may also send me a donation if any comment I left somewhere, a blog post I published, or if something I wrote or worked on affected you positively.

PayPal

If you’d like to avoid extra platform fees and get more money in my hand from whatever you send, please ask for my PayPal over email.

Referrals

  • Fastmail.
  • YouNeedABudget.
  • Hetzner.
    • You get 20 euros as credit. Once you spend 10 euros of your own money, I get 10 euros.
  • BunnyCDN.
    • I will get 20 US dollars if you become an active user (active for 14 days, made a payment).

Music

The journey to leave Spotify and company is a long one. Bandcamp is a start. Feel free to gift me anything you like from my wish list. πŸ™‚

Source code

Primarily, my source code is available on GitHub.

Briefly, I had attempted to use Gitea as my primary and self-hosted git forge.

If this page motivated you to build your own, please let me know. I'll feature it here. πŸš€